Posts Filed Under: “Nathan Phillips Square”
Torontonians travel the world—without leaving the city borders.
How Toronto said goodbye to 1966, hello to 1967.
Is there such a thing as too much holiday cheer?
Exploring the evolution during the early 1970s of the clichéd phrase used to support law enforcement, "our cops are tops."
Organization protests anti-Black racism in the city.
How to ring in 2016 without applying for a loan.
How advertisers marked the debut of our civic landmark 50 years ago.
50 years ago, Toronto welcomed its latest civic landmark.
As leisurely drive season kicks into gear, why not explore a historic route flowing through our city?
No matter what you're into, we've got you covered with our guide to the best year-end happenings in the city.
A very large Christmas tree was lighted, fireworks were set off, revellers revelled: the holiday season has now officially begun.
Foibles, quips, and town pride—how the "Mayor of All the People" brought the human touch to City Hall.
On Sunday, Nathan Phillips Square welcomed 2013's Christmas tree.
Ai Weiwei's contribution to Nuit Blanche 2013 has arrived, but some assembly is required.
Some sculptures by China's most famous artist and activist have found their way to City Hall.
This year's Khalsa Day celebrations drew a crowd that included vote-seeking politicians and young Sikhs trying to change the menu.
Every Sunday, Mayor Rob Ford and his brother, Doug, host
The City, a two-hour talk show on Newstalk 1010. We listen so you don't have to.
The $1.2 million project has been in limbo since 2011.